Werewolves: The Cure [NOOK Book]

Overview

Amandine Herschel, Alpha female of the Colville, Washington werewolf pack, has grown used to being a wolf. What she cannot ever accept is the risk of discovery this fact brings every day of her life. She's determined to find a cure, even if it kills her.

But what if there were a cure? Who would take it? Who would refuse? And what would that do to the social fabric of the packs? A cure isn't as black and white a prospect as it seems.

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Werewolves: The Cure

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Overview

Amandine Herschel, Alpha female of the Colville, Washington werewolf pack, has grown used to being a wolf. What she cannot ever accept is the risk of discovery this fact brings every day of her life. She's determined to find a cure, even if it kills her.

But what if there were a cure? Who would take it? Who would refuse? And what would that do to the social fabric of the packs? A cure isn't as black and white a prospect as it seems.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940046078732
  • Publisher: Angela Beegle
  • Publication date: 7/31/2014
  • Series: Werewolves of Washington, #9
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 273,421
  • File size: 180 KB

Meet the Author

Angela lives in the Pacific Northwest, where (according to her coffee cup) the average temperature in July is 65F, and the average in January is 40F. She feels this very comfortable range, plus the distinct lack of poisonous snakes, spiders, fire ants, Africanized bees, hurricanes, tornadoes and droughts, more than makes up for the lack of sunlight nine months out of the year. She and her husband (who doesn't care about werewolves in the least) have been married since 1992, and have four delightful homeschooled children, a shelter-rescue dog, and three urban chickens. Her birthday is at Christmas time. What she really likes for her birthday is fuzzy sweaters. J/K.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 20, 2014

    Damien! Joseph! Click here, please!

    Meet Ginny Wynn/GWynn @ Gwynn, result one, to join my wolf pack/nature club. K?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 18, 2014

    Joseph

    A scientist enjects a werewolf serum into Joseph. Joseph's Eyes Glow Yellow then stop and turn normal. He walks to Dub. Confused and looks at his new 'necklace.'

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 19, 2014

    Damien

    Walks in

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2014

    Another episode in this great series

    Amandine, Jack's mate and the Alpha Female of the Colville pack successfully develops a "cure" for the werewolf "affliction". But there are questions: is it really a permanent "cure" or just a temporary treatment? Is it safe? Once a person has become a wolf, do they really want to give that up?
    Like all of the books in this series, This book is a metaphor for our own lives and the struggles we all deal with. this one deals with the question (a question we all struggle with): "Do you like who you are, and if you do not: If you could change your life, change who you are, who you are, would you? Would you have the courage to try?

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